New Homes In Washington

Explore the regions and cities of Washington in which we build new homes.


With its beautiful weather, central locations and strong sense of community, Central Washington and the Yakima area are the premiere places to work, play and live. Bask in the 300 days of sunshine, or enjoy over 100 award-winning wineries. Enjoy the relaxing pace of countryside and the charm of revitalized downtowns in the Yakima Valley. If this sounds like a place you want to live, explore our new homes throughout Yakima and Central Washington.

Moses Lake

Moses Lake is home to its namesake, the third-largest freshwater lake in the state. The beautiful lake, paired with a variety of community events, are what make Moses Lake one of the best places to live in Central Washington.



Step into the culturally diverse and historic city of Yakima, Washington, and enjoy a variety of exceptional experiences. With its beautiful weather, central locations and strong sense of community, the Yakima area is the premiere places to work, play and live. Explore the community and new homes in Yakima.



The beautiful Palouse, surrounded by picturesque fields and rolling hills, is a thriving agricultural region and home to Washington State University. In addition to a variety of cultural and entertainment programs, the region also offers an abundance of outdoor recreational opportunities with the nearby Snake River and trails and hills perfect for hiking, biking and climbing.


Situated amidst the rolling hills of the Palouse is Pullman, home to the Washington State University Cougars. Quality of life is unmatched in Pullman, with its small-town charm, cosmopolitan amenities, college sporting events, cultural and entertainment programs as well as a variety of recreational opportunities.



Known for its relaxed lifestyle, abundant outdoor opportunities, great schools and 260 days of sunshine, the greater Spokane area is becoming more and more popular from young families to those looking to settle into retirement. Boasting a unique combination of outdoor attractions, dozens of nearby lakes, rivers and mountains, incredible arts and dining opportunities, and a hearty economy, the Spokane area offers it all!

Airway Heights

Airway Heights, located on the outskirts of Spokane on the West Plains of Spokane County, is proud to be home to Fairchild Air Force Base and the Spokane International Airport. Despite its unprecedented growth, it still retains its small-town charm while offering the amenities of Spokane just minutes away.



Cheney prides itself as a small college town, home to the Eastern Washington University Eagles. Offering a convenient location on the outskirts of Spokane, excellent schools and a beautiful setting, Cheney is a great option for those looking for a life outside the hustle and bustle of the big city.



Home to Riverfront Park, the Spokane River and first-class restaurants, shopping, entertainment and spectacular parks, Spokane is proud to be the second-largest city in the state and the heart of the Inland Northwest. With all this, plus its relaxed lifestyle, residents here agree Spokane is the perfect place to call home.


Spokane Valley

The Spokane Valley, a growing and thriving community that is home to about 90,000 people, offers multiple dining, shopping, entertainment and recreational opportunities, as well as many beautiful parks. Additionally, it offers convenient access to downtown Spokane, I-90 and is just a few short miles to the Idaho border.



With world-class wineries, abundance of water recreation, three professional sports teams, and 300 sun filled days, Tri Cities, Washington is among the most popular spots for vacations. Sip premium wine from any of the 200 wineries, and visitors will understand why the area has been called the "Heart of Washington Wine Country." With more than 160 wineries within a 60-mile radius and some of the finest wines in the world, it is easy to understand why the area has been rightfully called the "Heart of Washington Wine Country."

West Richland

Located near the Yakima River in Tri-Cities, Washington, West Richland offers open charm and quiet as well as a vibrant community. Local eateries and shops abound the entertainment West Richland attracts, provide endless opportunities for a night on the town. Explore all of the new home communities in West Richland.



Kennewick, Washington is the hub of the Tri-Cities, where shopping, entertainment and recreation converge in an active and vibrant city. Surrounded by world-class wineries, premier golf courses, museums, restaurants, Kennewick provides you everything you need, including an average of 300 sun-filled days per year. Explore Kennewick’s new homes and community.



On the north side of the Columbia River, along which there are many waterfront parks, the city of Pasco, Washington is surrounded by a number of possibilities. Pasco is also home to the Tri Cities Airport and several large food processing companies. Explore the new homes communities in Pasco, WA.



The City of Richland is located at the confluence of the Columbia and Yakima Rivers in Washington. A thriving city with fabulous quality of life, Richland offers an enviable combination of natural amenities and city services for a quality of life that its residents treasure. Explore all of the new home communities in Richland to find the one that's right for you.



Located in southeastern Washington, the Walla Walla area includes both Walla Walla and College Place. This region of Washington is known for producing two great things—sweet onions and world-class wine. This is an area that offers you great scenic beauty and an unbeatable convenience to restaurants, culture and a variety of outdoor activities. If you're seeking home ownership in the Walla Walla area, explore our new home communities.

Walla Walla

Located in southeastern Washington, Walla Walla is a city known for producing two great things—sweet onions and world-class wine. Yet, Walla Walla’s charm extends beyond its famous gifts to include two more: small town appeal and a charismatic culture. Explore the new home communities in Walla Walla today.


College Place

College Place is a small town on the western outskirts of beautiful Walla Walla, Washington. The town enjoys all of the wonderful features the Walla Walla Valley has to offer – close proximity to award-winning wineries and restaurants, quaint shops located in historic buildings, plus an abundance of small town charm. Explore the communities and homes in College Place.